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Todd’s Guests

1:05 pm et – John Davidson, The Federalist

1:30 pm et – Ben Ferguson of The Ben Ferguson Show

2:05 pm et – Jeremy Dys of First Liberty

2:30 pm et – Pastor Adam Dooley, Senior Pastor of Englewood Baptist Church

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Todd’s Stack of Stuff 

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Quaker Sacrifices Aunt Jemima to the Culture Jihadists

Supreme Court Ruling Opens Door For Attacks on Religious Tax Exempt Status

De Blasio Orders Welders to Lock Down Park Used by Orthodox Jewish Kids

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A Black Lives Matter protester photographed carrying a white man – assumed to be a far-right counterprotester – to safety when demonstrations descended into violence in London Saturday said he chose to step up, rather than let the man be pummeled by the crowd, “to stop someone from being killed.”⁣ ⁣ Patrick Hutchinson, who is black, and four other Black Lives Matter protesters said they witnessed an altercation break out at the top of the stairs by the Southbank Centre, near the Waterloo Station.⁣ ⁣ The five men then surrounded the white man who had fallen to the ground, forming a barrier in the crowd to prevent him from being trampled. Hutchinson said he then “scooped him up into a fireman’s carry and marched him out with the guys around me, protecting me and shielding me and protecting this guy from getting any further punishment.”

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